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14 of the Most Spectacular Wedding Venues in Shropshire

From vineyards and castles, to barns and manor houses, wedding venues in Shropshire don't come much better than these 14 charming spots

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If you're dreaming of a charming, picturesque wedding, booking a Shropshire wedding venue should be at the top of your wedding planning to do list.

As well as being home to the UNESCO world heritage site of Ironbridge Gorge, you will also find the beauty of the stunning Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty here. What's not to love? 

Couples looking for a magical wedding venue that will blow their guests away will be more than impressed with the Shropshire wedding venues in this roundup. 

Brimming with historical houses, enchanting castles and rustic vineyards, Shropshire wedding venues can be as ideal for a lavish wedding as they are for a relaxed and intimate celebration. And you have to check out the barn wedding venues in Shropshire! From contemporary designs complete with underfloor heating, to traditional styles with oak wood beams, each one is as charming as the next.

14 of the Most Spectacular Wedding Venues in Shropshire

To help you plan the perfect wedding in this gorgeous county, we've compiled the 14 best wedding venues in Shropshire. Get ready to escape to the country!

1. Hawkstone Hall, Shrewsbury

Country manor wedding venue

Hawkstone Hall is one of the most luxurious wedding venues in North Shropshire that offers exceptional facilities and gold standard service for your big day.

Whether you're after a large wedding venue that can hold up to 200 guests, or an intimate spot to celebrate with a few close friends and family, Hawkstone Hall can accommodate your day. From the elegant Saloon to the show stopping Chapel, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to spaces to celebrate - but it's not just the ceremony and reception rooms that'll impress. 

This 18th century country manor has an abundance of extra special features that give it an exclusive edge. Fancy exploring 88 acres of gorgeous gardens? Hop aboard the love buggy and you'll be escorted through an apple orchard, lily pond and more.

Perhaps you want some time to unwind? The Cave, complete with its own lounging area, PlayStation and pool table will provide the perfect space. Or there's Elemis spa treatments available from the comfort of your own room, and a luxury gym equipped with Peloton bikes. 

Not only that, this gorgeous wedding venue in Shropshire boasts a spectacular honeymoon suite - you have to see it to believe it!

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2. Davenport House, Worfield

Country house wedding venue

Davenport House is an enchanting Georgian house that has been hosting weddings for 25 years - and, as a wedding venue with exclusive hire options, you can have the entire place to yourselves for your wedding day. 

Set at the end of a sweeping driveway, there are a number of magical spaces for ceremonies and celebrations to take place but our favourite has got to be the Great Hall. With sparkling chandeliers and elegant stone walls, it's seriously romantic. 

Despite boasting multiple rooms, this Shropshire wedding venue will feel far from disjointed as they are all interconnected with each other. As your ceremony finishes and your guests make their way to the evening reception, they'll easily be able to flow into the next room.

What's more, Davenport House is a wedding venue with accommodation for up to 40 guests to stay overnight, plus a beautiful cottage just a few steps from the main house where you can get ready the morning of the big day. 

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3. Rowton Castle, Shrewsbury

Castle wedding venue

Having previously been shortlisted for TripAdvisor's best castle hotels in the world, it's safe to say that Rowton Castle is a spectacular wedding venue in Shropshire that won't disappoint. 

This castle wedding venue will ensure you feel like royalty from the moment you enter, boasting 17 acres of picturesque English country gardens, gorgeous accommodation with 19 luxury bedrooms and ample space for you and your guests to explore.  

We love the idea of making the most of the glorious grounds by exchanging your vows in the Linden Belvedere Roman-style structure. It overlooks the rolling countryside and the ceremony pictures you'll be able to capture from this spot will be outstanding - we just love an outdoor wedding celebration.

Once the sun starts to set, you and your guests can also enjoy toasting marshmallows around fire pits at the Garden Bar Terrace & Grill - what a fabulous way to end your special day. 

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4. Walcot Hall, Lydbury

Manor hall wedding venue

There's something so beautiful about a historic wedding venue. Since Walcot Hall in the heart of the Shropshire Hills dates back to the 1700s, we think this private home should be a real contender to host your wedding day.

We were instantly drawn to the large turquoise Ballroom that can hold wedding breakfasts of up to 120 people and evening receptions of 200 guests. It also has floor-to-ceiling windows making it an amazingly bright and airy space. 

Able to accommodate up to 110 people, you and your guests can choose between staying overnight in a quaint cottage, a Victorian Tin Chapel in the woods, yurts, traditional travellers' caravans or even a fire truck. The possibilities are endless at this Shropshire wedding venue! 

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5. The Hundred House Hotel and Tithe Barn, Shifnal

Barn set up for wedding ceremony with exposed wooden beams, fairly lights and bunting

Barn wedding venues are a popular choice and The Hundred House Hotel and Tithe Barn is a stunning 17th century barn that shows just how beautiful they can be as a setting for your special day. 

The barn features rustic oak beams that will look gorgeous twinkling with garlands of fairy lights and bunting. You won't have to worry about setting up mountains of wedding décor, the beauty of the barn itself does the hard work for you. 

After your ceremony, why not head to the enchanting secret garden for some romantic wedding photographs amongst the greenery and flowers? With fairy lit swings, a tranquil pond with love chair, a 'lover's walk' and a quaint herb garden, it's a beautiful place for a few moments alone.

As for the accommodation - there are nine stylish bedrooms available, seven of which have swings hanging from oak beams. How amazing does that sound?  

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6. Stockton House, Shifnal

Country house wedding venue

If getting married at a new wedding venue is right up your street, look no further than Stockton House. Recently opened in April 2022, the stylish Georgian house has been renovated to reveal seven luxurious en-suite double bedrooms, a secret walled garden dining room and more; all nestled within 8,500 acres of picturesque Shropshire countryside.

We love all the added extras Stockton house offer to ensure your wedding day is memorable, such as a delicious wine and cheese tasting evening in the vaulted cellar the night before your wedding and an informal BBQ in the garden. 

This Shropshire wedding venue also offers an amazing exclusive hire deal which includes exclusive use of the house, grounds, bedrooms with breakfast, a bespoke menu and wines from the cellar. Snap this up quick, we say - it's not often wedding venue special offers like this come around...

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7. Malt House Barn, Shrewsbury

Barn wedding ceremony room

Another beautiful barn wedding venue in Shropshire (this time with a contemporary twist) is Malt House Barn.

This fabulous Shropshire barn has all the features you'd expect from a traditional barn - we're talking wooden beams and a countryside setting - but with modern fixtures such as large glass windows and an integrated heating and air conditioning system that keep it at a perfect temperature year round.

If you'd rather an outdoor wedding ceremony, the Garden Gazebo is a lovely place to say 'I do' surrounded by 150 of your friends and family.

You can then make your way over to the lawn to enjoy an al fresco reception, sipping drinks and tucking into canapes while looking over the natural backdrop. 

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8. Ludlow Castle, Ludlow

Castle wedding venue

Regal, sophisticated and unforgettable, Ludlow Castle is everything elegant couples on the hunt for a castle wedding venue will want and more. 

We love the idea of holding your ceremony within the historic stone walls of the Round Chapel in the inner Bailey. It's certainly unique and will be beautifully atmospheric as guests enter across a private wooden bridge and a dry moat.

There are also several indoor ceremony rooms available at this Shropshire wedding venue, all of which can cater for weddings of all sizes. If you're planning a small, intimate wedding, consider The Library, a small but gloriously romantic room within Ludlow's Castle House. It looks out across private grounds and is flooded with light.

If that's piqued your interest, we have a whole host of library wedding venues for you to browse through. Alternatively, head to The Beacon Rooms where 100 loved ones can be seated in a gorgeous space with classic features and high ceilings. 

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9. Hencote Vineyard, Shrewsbury

Wedding ceremony space overlooking a vineyard

When you think of vineyard wedding venues you expect to travel abroad, but there are actually a number of stunning vineyards located a lot closer to home. Hencote Vineyard in Shrewsbury is one that you have to check out!

With magnificent floor-to-ceiling glass windows throughout the property, this Shropshire wedding venue offers panoramic views across the vineyard and the surrounding countryside. Whether you're exchanging your vows or eating your wedding breakfast at The View restaurant, the setting will be truly spectacular. 

Views aside, the overnight accommodation at this wedding venue is excellent. You have the choice to stay in The Grange - a beautiful Georgian farmhouse situated on the banks of the River Severn with seven en-suite bedrooms, private gardens and a hot tub - or the Glamping Village which offers 10 luxury lodges with wood-fired hot tubs and a private veranda. 

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10. The Mill Barns, Bridgnorth 

Light and airy ceremony room with exposed wood and plants

The Mill Barns is a showstopping waterfront barn wedding venue that is ideal for a day-to-night celebration. As the sun starts to set, it'll look truly amazing all lit-up with the surrounding water twinkling under moonlight. 

Boasting an oak-framed ceremony barn, a stunning wedding breakfast barn, spacious bedrooms and several evening entertainment areas, you'll find everything you need here to host an unforgettable event. For summer spring weddings, you can hold your ceremony in the open air on The Terrace overlooking the Mill Pond - it's incredible!

The Mill Barns is also a no corkage wedding venue so there won't be any extra fee or service charge, plus you can design your very own drinks package for as little as £11 per person. 

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11. Bridal Barn, Bridgnorth

Barn venue with exposed brick, exposed beams and hanging plants laid out for wedding meal

Bridal Barn, nestled in 80 acres of private woodland in the Shropshire countryside, is just how you imagine an enchanting rustic wedding venue to be. 

As you step through the wide wooden doors you'll be met with delightful wooden beams, ancient stonework and unbeatable views. There is also a tipi in the woods which will look so magical when adorned with fairy lights. 

This wedding venue in Shropshire has a capacity of 120 seated guests so while it has a lovely cosy feel, you can still invite everyone you want. You only have to look at the pictures of this glorious wedding venue to see why it's so popular.

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12. Pendrell Hall, Codsall

Wedding ceremony layout at the outdoor Bandtand with manicured lawns, foliage background and wrought iron details

There's no shortage of large wedding venues in Shropshire, but thanks to its magnificent private gardens, woodland walks and online wedding planner, Pendrell Hall manages to set itself apart from the rest. 

One of the most popular ceremony spaces is the Bandstand - and it's easy to see why. This romantic location is perfect for a spring wedding or a summer wedding and is guaranteed to make every ceremony feel like a fairy tale. If you'd prefer to say your vows indoors, there's a choice of The Morning Room and The Ballroom, which can also serve as the location for your wedding breakfast. 

And it doesn't stop there - wedding parties are also entitled to a dressing room each, exclusive use, and a no corkage policy for any couple who love the bubbles. 

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13. The Shropshire Golf Centre, Telford

Ceremony room with exposed wooden beams, chandelier, arch and aisle lined with petals

If you're planning to marry in the heart of Shropshire, then The Shropshire Golf Centre could be the place for you. This picturesque romantic getaway is located close to town of Telford and effortlessly combines classic elegance with with contemporary comforts. 

The Farmhouse Suite is one of the more small wedding venues in Shropshire - you can tie the knot while being surrounded by up to 80 of your friends and family. There's also the option of wedding in the Marquee, which remains up all year round and boasts its own dance floor, mood lighting and chandeliers. 

If you're concerned about your ceremony being interrupted by people in chequered socks at this sporting wedding venue, never worry - the golf club is completely separate from the wedding venue, which boasts its own private entrance, car park and courtyard. 

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14. Berwick House and Gardens, Shrewsbury

Exterior of red brick Berwick House with manicured lawns

The gorgeous Grade II listed Berwick House was built in 1731 and expanded in 1875 with only one goal in mind: entertainment. Everything about this manor house, from its lavish dining room to its crystal chandeliers, is designed to help you and your guests have a good time. 

The light and airy Drawing Room is a beautiful location to tie the knot and can host up to 160 guests, before moving onto a drinks reception in the Library and gardens, followed by a delicious meal in the dining room. Berwick House is surrounded by 3,000 acres of beautiful countryside, but is still only 1 mile from Shrewsbury Town centre, making it easily accessible with a remote feeling. 

Berwick House and Gardens doesn't come with any set vendors, giving you the chance to get creative and use this beautiful venue as a canvas where you can bring your unique visions to life. 

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Want to continue the search? Explore even more amazing wedding venues in the West Midlands here.